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on the left side of the infield tonight? they are 6 for 7, and control this game. ciriaco and gomez. >> joe: and tim, a game that the red sox absolutely had to have. >> tim: have to have, i should say. >> joe: they lead by three in the seventh. runner at second, one out. ciriaco now. mauro gomez, by the way, 27 years old, a year older than ciriaco, but hitting .366 with 19 home runs and 55 rbis in triple-a. >> tim: yeah. he's not an accident. as you said, he can flat-out hit. >> joe: ciriaco takes a ball in the dirt from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult hop, a very tough play going to his right. it's not been scored yet. but, i mean, i was just thinking that the fenway faithful cheering for two guys they know nothing about for the most part. pedro ciriaco and mauro gomez. >> jo
for 7, and control this game. ciriaco and gomez. >> joe: and tim, a game that the red sox absolutely had to have. >> tim: have to have, i should say. >> joe: they lead by three in the seventh. runner at second, one out. ciriaco now. mauro gomez, by the way, 27 years old, a year older than ciriaco, but hitting .366 with 19 home runs and 55 rbis in triple-a. >> tim: yeah. he's not an accident. as you said, he can flat-out hit. >> joe: ciriaco takes a ball in the dirt from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult hop, a very tough play going to his right. it's not been scored yet. but, i mean, i was just thinking that the fenway faithful cheering for two guys they know nothing about for the most part. pedro ciriaco and mauro gomez. >> joe: i'm going to write this down in pencil, but th
. ciriaco and gomez. >> joe: and tim, a game that the red sox absolutely had to have. >> tim: have to have, i should say. >> joe: they lead by three in the seventh. runner at second, one out. ciriaco now. mauro gomez, by the way, 27 years old, a year older than ciriaco, but hitting .366 with 19 home runs and 55 rbis in triple-a. >> tim: yeah. he's not an accident. as you said, he can flat-out hit. >> joe: ciriaco takes a ball in the dirt from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult hop, a very tough play going to his right. it's not been scored yet. but, i mean, i was just thinking that the fenway faithful cheering for two guys they know nothing about for the most part. pedro ciriaco and mauro gomez. >> joe: i'm going to write this down in pencil, but that was ruled an error. >> tim:
>> joe: one ball, two strikes from cole hamels. hard hit. backhanded pick by david wright. one out. the ball hit sharply by butler. he's the first out. matt wieters, switch-hitting catcher for the baltimore orioles, who has done a good job with that staff. and the manager, buck showalter, has got that organization turned around. the orioles are in second place in the a.l. east, right there in the wildcard chase. seven out in the division. but there's the hammer at the back end of their bullpen, jim johnson, who throws to wieters and closes out wins for the orioles. 1-0. one ball, one strike. we talked to add jones, who is the center fielder and who is on deck right now. he said it's so good to be here with teammates in the time that we've started to turn that thing around in baltimore. he's tired of hearing about the '90s and how camden yards was such a tough ticket. it's a younger demographic and we've got them coming out, the series they had against the nationals he said was one of the most fun series he's been a part of. wieters flies one into left. back is harper. two out. we g
>> joe: and then when he came to the place. [cheers and applause] >> joe: one ball, two strikes from cole hamels. hard hit. backhanded pick by david wright. one out. the ball hit sharply by butler. he's the first out. matt wieters, switch-hitting catcher for the baltimore orioles, who has done a good job with that staff. and the manager, buck showalter, has got that organization turned around. the orioles are in second place in the a.l. east, right there in the wildcard chase. seven out in the division. but there's the hammer at the back end of their bullpen, jim johnson, who throws to wieters and closes out wins for the orioles. 1-0. one ball, one strike. we talked to add jones, who is the center fielder and who is on deck right now. he said it's so good to be here with teammates in the time that we've started to turn that thing around in baltimore. he's tired of hearing about the '90s and how camden yards was such a tough ticket. it's a younger demographic and we've got them coming out, the series they had against the nationals he said was one of the most fun series he's been
by the fbi director. joe paterno did not cover up for jerry sandusky. to claim otherwise is a distortion of the truth. that coming from the family before this report and this statement was released today. but we also look at some of the details alongside what we expect to hear today. i want to read this. it says in the statement coming from the director. "the total disregard for the safety and welfare of sandusky's child victims by the seeb senior leaders at penn state, the most powerful men failed to take any steps for 14 years to protect the children who sandusky victimized. spannier, shultz, paterno, and curley never demonstrated any concern for the safety and well-being of sandusky's victims until after sandusky's arrest." you have had time to look through the transcript. that's just a taste of some of the language that freeh is using in the statement. >> i have gone through most of it, and his team documents extremely well the findings. findings which are as were all absorbing it. scathing in terms of talking about concealment, which is a strong word, but they seem to be able to bac
to graham spannier, gary shultz, tim curley and joe paterno, the legendary coach. >> ron allen live, standby. we'll go to the podium and listen to the statement. >> penn state university is an outstanding educational institution which is rightly proud of its students, alumni, faculty and staff who in term hold that institution in very high esteem. we fully appreciate the strong emotions which surround these tragic events in our work. all of us here today understand that it is the duty of adults to protect children and to immediately report any suspected child sex abuse to law enforcement authorities. our team was reminded of this on a daily basis because henderson south, which was our base on the penn state campus, was the former child care center, with some of the children's artwork still there. on november 21st, the special investigations task force established by the board of trustees retained us to conduct a full, fair and completely independent investigation. i commend ken frasier, chairman of the task force, and ron tomalis, the vice chairman of the task force, for the steps their took
penalty in 25 years. >> the signs gathering at the spot where is joe paterno statue filled with emotion. >> it breaks my heart. this is not what joe paterno was about. yesterday, university ordered the statue .emoved today, n.c.a.a. hit the football program with unprecedented sanctions. >> i feel sad for the students the university and for of joe paterno. >> they claim joe paterno and his superiors covered up jerry sandusky's abuse of little boys. >> our goal is not to be punitive, but to make sure the establishes an athletic culture and the daily months said in which football again be placed ahead educating, nurturing, and protecting young people. football games will be played. joe paterno is no longer the coach in history. many say penn state will never seen the same again. >> is setting an example for programs and letting nobody is bigger happened to those kids. >> the victims seen in the shower by graduate assistant will file a lawsuit. the lawyers plan to file a civil against penn state. >> vincent gray is vowing not to round of allegations interfere with his job. a report claims t
, my friend. you don't know fashion the way i know fashion. thanks, john. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> it was about the right to vote, because when you have the right to vote, you have the right to change things. we see a future where those rights are expanded, not diminished. where racial profiling is a thing of the past. where access to the ballot is expanded and unincumbered. did you think we'd be fighting these battles again? the house of representatives republicans voted affirmatively to prevent the justice department from even investigating whether or not there was voter suppression. folks, there's a lot more to say, but this is preaching to the choir. >> good morning. it is friday, the 13th. okay. just go back to bed. joe and i are here with us on this friday the 13th along with a very interesting cast of characters. who's better than joe biden, who's better? anyone? >> well, we're going to disagree on this one. i love joe, but seriously? you think vol connor were on the ticket for the republican party in 2012. this is crazy talk. >> this is not your father's republican
about all of the key players surrounding the pennstate scandal, including joe paterno, the legendary head coach that was dismissed in the wake of the charges. in the statement released today, paterno's family calls him, quote, highly principled and says select emails have been leaked in an attempt to smear his name. we'll also hear more about jerry sandusky, pa tern p pa tern pe paterno's longtime assistant, sitting in jail. and then there's mike mcqueary, the graduate assistant who worked with the penn state football team. it was mcqueary who told school officials he saw sandusky molesting a boy in a school shower as far back as 2001. and one of the officials that mcqueary went to with that information was athletic director tim curley. curley is now on live from penn state. he is awaiting his own trial. he faces charges of perjury for lying to a grand jury and failing to report suspected child abuse. hundreds of people were interviewed by the freeh committee, including students. one of those now former students is here today. his name is tj bard. he was penn state's student body pr
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. but don't forget nothing is really free." joe biden, on the other hand, wishes he could have a crowd like this every day. taking the convention stage to rousing applause, the vice president used his speech to discuss the vast differences between romney's vision for the future of the country and the president's vision. proven the audience was evenhanded the vice president got some boos, too but only when they heard he was leaving. joining me now is strategist and author of "the language of trust" is michael maslansky and political reporter joe williams. michael, is it fair to say mitt rom ne's speech wasn't directed at the audience in that convention hall? he was speaking to very different voters than those listening to him. >> i don't know if that's true. if you watch the whole speech, aside from the two two times he was booed for mentioning obama very measured, very thoughtful. very open speech. i think there were benefits to how this played out in the broader community. i think he was actually there to talk to the afr
today by the n-c- double-a. meanwhile, the 900-pound bronze statue of longtime coach joe paterno was removed. the controversial removal. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows -- there is an emptiness outside beaver stadium. it's naked, everything's gone. it's really sad. and only part of it is where the statue of joe paterno once stood. joe's a man we love. the reason we love joe is 60 years of integrity. the rest is in the hearts of the crowds who came to say goodbye to penn state's head coach of 61 years. i drove from north carolina to get a picture with joe's statue, right? and like a bunch of thieves they snuck it away in the night. the university took down the seven and a half foot statue and removed all the plaques and letters on the walls early sunday morning. workers put up a fence and a tarp to block the view of the now-empty space. but fans took pictures above the fence or poked through the tarp for once last look. there are a lot of issues surrounding it that you can see what why they have to do certain things but you hate to see it. the decision to remove the figure angered fan
of these shows is on kiss-fm out of los angeles called joe-joe on the radio with a host named joe-joe wright. he's getting tattooed live on the air with some of his celebrity guest friends. he's doing this during his live broadcast, which of course is on the number one station in los angeles, but it's also syndicated. so the other markets across the country are hearing this happen. >> i can't wait to see how he takes the pain, baby. >> are they getting whatever they want or getting what joe-joe tells them to get? >> i think we should find out. we have joe-jo wright via skype from his studios in los angeles. welcome to the show, joe-joe. >> what's up, guys. by the way, any one of you guys want to come in and get a tattoo with me on the air, let's do it. >> are you picking the tattoos that we could potentially get? >> no. you'd end up with something like a butterfly on your lower back, a tramp stamp. i do it on the air because i'm more brave on the air than off. i thought i would just get one and now i've got six tats. it's so addicting. something about the buildup and the rush because you can't b
. it is a scathing report that says many top school officials including the late coach joe paterno kept quiet about the allegations against jerry sandusky. brad bell is live with reaction to the report. >> this is a community that loves penn state, loves penn state's football team, and they loved joe paterno. that is why many people here on college avenue are telling us this report herds. tonight in state college one aspect will trample the rest. the claim that joe paterno knew of jerry sandusky's abuse of children in participated in a cover up to avoid bad publicity. >> he is burry but they will continue to bury him from the sound of it. clucks he was hired to determine what campus officials knew about the crime. he announced the result of his investigation at a philadelphia press comments this morning. the bottom line -- joe paterno and those above him put the school and football program ahead of the safety of the little boys sandusky preyed upon. >> the most powerful men at penn state failed to take any steps for 14 years to protect the children that sandusky victimized. >> he criticized the boa
here in lake tahoe. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com penn state tears down the statue of joe paterno the same day the ncaa say it will issue sanctions. what this means for the future of the football program. >>> first, the healing begins. president obama heads to colorado to comfort the victims of unspeakable violence in a movie theater. good evening. i'm jim rosenfield. the president touched down in aurora minutes ago. there will be a service to honor those lost and to pray for those who survived. we learned the shooting suspect tried to join a gun range but his application was denied because of bizarre behavior. tomorrow that man is expected in court for the first time. we begin with jay gray in aurora, colorado. he has the latest developments in the investigation. >> reporter: president obama arrives in colorado carrying the sorrow and condolences of the nation for the families of the victims of the massacre. it marks a day of memories and mourning in aurora. many turning to a higher power during sunday services as they struggled to try to understand the killing spree and
powerful people at penn state. football coach joe paterno, athletic director tim curley, university president graham spanier and senior vice president gary schultz who were all found to have not only turned a baseline eye to the abuse but to have actually aided in the cover-up. ron allen is on the penn state campus now. ron, what are the key takeaways from this report from lewis freeh? >> i guess the biggest takeaway is a lot has to change here at penn state, a lot of very profound cultural things that would allow something like this to happen over a period of at least 14 years going back to 1998 when lewis freeh's report says joe paterno, graham spanier and others first became aware of what jerry sandusky was doing, maybe not the full extent of it but they were aware enough he thought so that they could have done something to stop it. so, what will the short fallout be? just behind me you can't see it there's a statue of joe paterno outside of the football stadium and there are calls to have that statue removed. we already know that nike who had a child care center named after joe
did have joe biden and we do have epic coverage of the naacp convention. >> mitt romney was here. joe biden was here. i'm here! president obama wasn't here. how big a difference did that make to the folks at the naacp convention? >> cenk: we'll tell you all about that and biden had a great speech. then romney. this is fascinating! did he bring in people to get himself booed at the same convention? [crowd booing] >> cenk: really interesting evidence about that and why would you want to get booed? we'll tell you all about it. you know why? because it's obviously go time! >> cenk: now president obama's team has been criticizing mitt romney as heartless, outsourcer and a man who closed down plants and cost people's jobs and mitt romney's main defense is what have you been talking about? i left bain capital in 1999 to go to france in the olympics. i had nothing to do with all of that stuff in it happened later in the '99 to 2003 range. wasn't me! in fact, they're now running an ad calling the president a
has heard from both campaigns. vice president joe biden received a warm reception in houston just a day after mitt romney addressed the same audience. biden suggested the republican vision for the country posed new dangers to voting and personal rights. >> you have the right to vote, you have the right to chang things. we see a future where those rights are expanded, not diminished. where racial profiling is a thing of the past, where access to the ballot is expanded and un unencumber unencumbered, there no distinctions made on the basis of race and gender on housing and financing. and so much more. did you think we'd be fighting these battles again? i didn't think we'd be back. i remember working with republicans, republicans. and by the way, this ain't your father's republican party. this is not the republican party in view today nor romney's. they see a different future where voting is made harder, not easier. >> biden taergted romney's stance on everything from education to health care, saying romney's economic plan would increase taxes for 2.2 million african-american familie
to count mitt rom flee's money. and crazy joe walsh is back in the rewrite tonight. since crazy joe never found the time or courage to serve in the military, he now considers it unfa that his opponent actually did. and he is attacking iraq war vet and double amputee tammy duckworth for not trying to hide the fact from voters that she served in the military. i know this sounds crazy. but this is crazy joe walsh we're talking about here. crazy joe is back in the rewrite tonight. nnounc er ] think your kids are getting a dependable clean in the bathroom? [ gasps ] think again. try charmin ultra strong for a clean with fewer pieces left behind. its diamondweave texture is soft and more durable so it holds up better for a more dependable clean. fewer pieces left behind. charmin ultra strong. lookin' good, flo! feelin' good! feelin' real good! [ engine revs ] boat protection people love. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> the obama battleground bus rolled into ohio where unemployment is going down and the obama poll numbers are going up. that's coming up. and crazy joe walsh is
vice president joe biden and his wife, jill. she is a teacher at a college in northern virginia. they both will be introduced by nea president, dennis van rokel who yesterday called on members to re-elect president obama. the nea is the nation's largest labor union with over three million members representing public school teachers, support personnel, faculty and staff at universities, retired educators and college students who are preparing to become teachers. we expect this to start in just a moment. this is live on c-span 3. waiting for the start this morning of the national education association's annual meeting. attendees will hear this morning from vice president joe biden and his wife, jill. while we wait for this to get started, here's a quick look at some of the other programming coming up on our c-span networks. live right now on c-span 2, discussion on afghanistan's economy and its war transition. the country's central banks, as that country needs $6 billion to $7 billion in civilian assistance each year for the next decade. attendees hear from a former ambassador to
with is ? >> "it's way too early with willie geist." now you know. "morning joe" starts right now. tune in. ♪ >>> welcome to "morning joe." you're looking at a beautiful shot from the top of the rock. it is july the 30th, and we are, i'll tell you what, we are getting through an olympics game, extraordinary opening ceremony this past weekend, but as "the washington post" is reporting, some empty seats. some of our big stars not doing as well as usual, but as always this is -- it's a spectacle that unites a country. mike barnicle, john heilemann, steve rattner, richard hoss, catty kay with us today. mike barnicle, the amazing thing about the olympics is, you remember this, you remember the civil war. >> yeah. >> i don't need to explain this to you. you can go back through time and you remember these events that used to unite us as a country where everybody would stop and whether it was the jfk assassination or the beatles on ed sullivan or neil armstrong walking on the moon, or just about every political convention you could go house by house by house and it seemed like everybody was watc
to "morning joe." with us, john heilemann. haven't seen you in a while. >> i've missed you. >> former treasury official and morning joe economic analyst steve ratner is here and contributor to "the daily beast," mark mckinnon. good to you have. big boy pants. >> mark's got his big boy pants on this morning. >> we'll find out if he has his big boy pants on or not. >> speaking of big boy pants, is willie -- oh, my gosh! there you are. i haven't seen you in so long. >> it's been like a month. >> i've missed you. >> so much better greeting than i got. >> two ships passing in the night. >> how long has it been? >> weeks. >> not right. a lot has happened. speaking of big boy pants, this is what i think big boy pants looks like. hillary clinton responding to having shoes and tomatoes thrown at her. >> i have experience in our own country and israel where protests are part of the fabric of democracy. so in one way seeing people express themselves, even though their assumptions and conclusions were absolutely wrong, is a sign of that freer environment that egypt now enjoys. therefore, i was not offende
. it is monday, july 16th. welcome to "morning joe." with joe and me on set, former foreign policy adviser to the bush administration, adviser now to the romney administration, dan senor, good luck this morning. >> good luck. >> i'm scared for you, actually. >> you are? as opposed to every other day i come on. >> i'm scared of me for you. >> visiting professor at nyu, former democratic congressman harold ford jr. >> good morning. >> the host of cnbc's "street signs" brian sullivan here on the set. hello. >> it's early. >> what do you think of this schedule? isn't it fantastic? >> you get a lot of reading in, mostly last night's news from british papers. >> yeah. >> "the guardian" that's where i get all my stuff. ready to go. >> try this for a few days and tell me how you feel. >> you're done early enough you can go take the kids to school, you know. >> right. >> get a whole day in. >> you get to do that, right? >> i'm still doing my 2:00 show. >> you're such good dads. that's amazing, isn't it? i'm sorry. sore about that too. are you going to try for a few days? >> i'm going to do this sho
we were fascinated, i was fascinated by the pact that you had a "time" magazine joe klein comparing this obama campaign to the 1988 willie horton campaign that george h.w. bush put on and also about a campaign of 2004 where we're talking about mitt romney and him being a millionaire and outsourcing jobs. they are creating a narrative. the one thing flpolitically you have to give them credit for is they're getting the president out there and keeping him going pretty darn well in july. >> they are, joe. those past campaigns in the presidency that were really aggressive in the early months in the last several cycles in june, july, may, set the cement on the picture in framing the election early on were the campaigns that went on to win. democrats look back at the kerrey campaign and say we're not going to do that again, we're going to be aggressive and put the pedal to the metal and not let up. >> john heilemann, craig shirley yesterday e-mailed me and said when he played basketball in college a million years ago, he said his coach always told him that november games were won in septem
joe" starts now. i'll be back on "daily rundown" see you at 9:00. >>> first of all you're not going to apologize. >> we won't be apologizing and i don't -- sometimes these games are played during political campaigns. understand what issue is here. mr. romney claims he's mr. fix-it for the economy because of the -- his business experience and so i think voters entirely and legitimately want to know what was that business experience. and as the head of a private equity firm his job was to maximize profits and help wealthy investors. nothing wrong with that. that company also was investing in companies "the washington post" calls pioneers of outsourcing and he's now claiming i wasn't there at the time, except he files an s.e.c. listing that says he was the ceo, chairman and president of the company. so, you know, as president of the united states one of the things i've learned, and we talked about, anything that happens on my watch is my responsibility. that's what people expect. harry truman said the buck stops with me. and i think understandably, people are going to be interested in,
. >> despite the fact that willie geist is in london for the olympics, joe. >> i know. >> people were still tuning in. willie and doc rivers, the boston celtics basketball coach, were together doing basketball yesterday, and i have to tell you they were fantastic. willie, i'm sorry to mention that. >> willie, what are you wearing? what is that thing? >> he took over -- he's wearing a sweater that i gave him from the 1948 winter olympics. >> maybe it's not reading well on camera. trust me, it's really cool. >> seriously. i never took you for like wearing dick button's wear, but congratulations. >> joe, you would like it. it's like one of those soccer, track suity kind of things. i will bring you back ones. >> it does look sort of euro trashy. >> not trash, just euro without the trash part. let me give you a couple results. i want to ask catty what she thought of the opening ceremony, unlike me, she had a ticket inside. a little history for the united states, dana vollmer setting a new world record in the 100 meter butterfly. shea swam -- she missed the olympics last year. made the team eight
, the former vice president. all of them have denied wrongdoing. joe paterno, the legendary and revered football coach who died last january. >> there's more red flags here than you could count. >> reporter: several of the more than 3 million e-mails and documents unearthed by freeh's investigators, show paterno, contrary to his grand jury testimony, was informed and kept apprised of a 1998 police investigation of suspected child abuse by sandusky in the school's locker room shower. curley wrote in one e-mail to spanier and schultz that he had touched base with paterno about the probe. and days later there was this follow-up -- anything new in this department? coach is anxious to know where it stands. the allegation was disturbing enough that schultz, who was in charge of the university police, wrote in private notes, is this opening of pandora's box? adding, other children? but no charges were brought and university officials kept it quiet. >> nobody even spoke to sandusky, not one of those four persons, including the coach, who was a few steps away from his office. there's no indicati
. "morning joe" starts right now. >> happy good morning. welcome to "morning joe." there's a nice view from the top of the rock. it's july the 31st, almost into august. i can't believe it. well, this morning on tuesday, july 31st, with us on set we've got msnbc contributor mike barnicle. also the executive editor at random house, pulitzer prize winning historian and "time" magazine contributing editor john meacham and senior political analyst mark halperin and national affairs editor for new york magazine and political analyst john heilemann. also u.s. managing editor for "the financial times," gillian tett and willie geist is in london with us. it's like edward r. murrow. there's a different jacket every day from london. i don't know what that was yesterday. you're looking very edward r. murrowish here. >> you have to roll with the london weather. it's cold and rainy today. >> you really do. if it's the olympics, there has to be at least some kind of doping scandal. what's the latest from the olympics along with our small doping scandal to start with? >> first of all, i think john meacham
. >> that comment and a couple of tweets and right-wing noise machine cost joe williams his job at politico. he is going to join us next with his side of the story. plus, they are america's fastest growing minority and most politicians seem not to the care less. we are going to dig into why asian americans are not a prior to or don't seem to be on the campaign trail how does the romney planoclan spend their vacation? there is something called a chore wheel involved. we will try to explain. >>the guys in the middle class the guys in the lower end got screwed again. >>i think you know which one we're talking about. the overwhelming majority of the country says"tax the rich, don't go to war." very, very excited about that and very proud of that. >>beltway politics from inside the loop. >>we tackle the big issues here in our nation's capital, around the country and around the globe. >>dc columnist and four time emmy winner bill press opens current's morning news block. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. >>liberal and proud of it. >> when he comes on fox and
out of their pants, i'm with nikki glazer. we were short of guests and comedian joe derosa and comedy, cd return of the sun, my favorite cd and bangkok. bill schultz dressed like a little girl. and genius, i wake up every morning, michael lee, actor and writer and comedian. and america you sexy [ bleep ]. anything but cool. >> and the latest in the technology. and all that stuff. who needs bake up tom foolery. show how you pleasantly greet me every memo. osama, baby mama, obama. >> you were supposed to say obama. dali lama and johnny drama. okay, get him out of here! >> greg: okay. >> that is that. no longer completes him. most did he ranged or perfect couple no more. after five years of marriage, tom cruise and katy holmes filed for divorce. blind citing him. they were releasing a statement, quote, kate has filed for divorce and tom is deeply saddened and concentrating them on three children. you know who else is asking for privacy? >> greg: come on paparazzi, give him some space. michael, first question, what where were you when you first heard the news, however, did you
in this country. how can this happen, joe? how does congress sit there and allow this to happen? >> it's unbelievable. it's also sad because jon meacham, post offices were at the central of american cultural lives, the center of small towns. it's hard to believe time may be ma passing it by. there was a piece in the "new york times" this morning that said "like a lot of other agencies, this one has been strapped with health care benefits that have been outrageously high. but here we are on the brink of the post office facing extinction. >> yeah, it's been buffeted from every which way, from competition and technology, you know, it's one more phase in the death of print i'm afraid in a lot of ways. post offices were lincoln's first job was as a postmaster. it was the on federal government anywhere. the beginning of the british empire. anthony trollup was a postmaster. >> it's not just america right now where this is happening. the reality is you're seeing these kind pressures right across europe as well. the fundamental question is do you think that the postal service should basically b
." "morning joe" starts right now. >> both democratic candidates, president obama and vice president joe biden, are trying out a new batch of slogans. they're really trying to come up with something good. >> we are not going back. we are moving this country forward. >> change only comes through challenge. >> no, you can't, no, you shouldn't. don't even try. >> no, no, no, there's no jobs for you, man. >> the economy is bad, it's all my fault and i can't fix it. >> i'm bettin' on china. >> i'm in over my head. >> we didn't have enough money to pay the bank, honey, and we have to move. we have to move. >> you should vote for mr. romney. >> it's hot in here, and i apologize for that. >> our greatness is past, america is in decline. >> come on, man. i'm serious. i'm serious. >> i think that's funny. good morning, everybody. it is friday, july 27th. welcome to "morning joe." joe, you like that ad? >> that's just negative, man. i mean that's like malaise squared. what's wrong with these guys? it's not that bad. >> tiny bit out of context. i'm thinking. okay. so we're here along with msnbc contributo
more than obama? 's and -- and the department of transportation is allowing pigs on planes meaning joe derosa will be taken off the no fly list. greg? >> wow, it seems like a cheap shot at a regular guest, andy. >> i don't think so. >> really? >> you ever been to a bar with him, greg? >> good point. >> that's what i thought. >>> let's welcome our guest. she is so hot the weather channel puts out national jill dobson alerted. >> that's not true. >> it is true. don't interrupt me. check out the jill dobson show.com. wow, that's vein. we were short a guest, but i ran into him telling nacogdoches jokes to the -- knock-knock jokes. it is apartmently titled "the return of the sun and oxygen" and it is available everywhere, sadly. and in the uk he is considered gingivitis, bill schulz. 1k3* he was disqualified for the sexiest man alive for being too sexy. it is rick leventhal. >> thank you. >> and no -- no one is amused by junk he calls news. good to see you, pinch. >> today "the times"'s roving reporter compares the godiness of the live eleven's new smith center to lib raw chee. i knew the f
? and what about the legacy of coach joe paterno? we'll look in depth at that straight ahead. i want to go ♪ ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪ ♪ i want to grow ♪ i want to try ♪ i can almost touch the sky [ male announcer ] even the planet has an olympic dream. dow is proud to support that dream by helping provide greener, more sustainable solutions from the olympic village to the stadium. solutionism. the new optimism.™ ♪ this dream >>> all right. now to a pretty remarkable achievement. a kid as old as my nephew, 8 years old. his name taylor armstrong recently climbed mount kilimanjaro. for a pretty great cause. he took us along on his journey. >> well, i wanted to climb mount kilimanjar kilimanjaro, and i heard about cure duchenne and boys can't walk again. so i trained for a year. every month i'd climb a mountain for elevation. it's 90,341 feet. it takes eight days. we start about 9:00. some days we hike for three hours and some days we hike for six hours. there's one part of the mountain where we had a rock climb. the glaciers were
veterans, especially younger vets from iraq and afghanistan. >>> plus, what did joe paterno know and when did he know it? now we know. louis freeh's investigation of the penn state abuse scandal is out. paterno chose to protect jerry sandusky over the children he victimized and richard engel is just back from syria with a chilling account of what he saw in that country torn by civil war. >>> finally, guess where the american's olympics uniforms were made? here's the hint, not in the u.s.a. we begin with mitt romney fighting back against the bain attacks. howard fineman is editorial director for the "huffington post." joan walsh is editor of salon. both are msnbc political analysts. allow me to show you what came out today. today the romney campaign is out with a new ad accusing obama of lying about romney's role at bain. >> when a president doesn't tell the truth, how can we trust him to lead? the obama outsourcing attacks. misleading, unfair and untrue. there was no evidence that mitt romney shipped jobs overseas. candidate obama lied about hillary clinton. >> so shame on you, barack oba
and it's a damning indictment of university officials including legendary head coach joe paterno who the report says protected jerry sandusky against the children he preyed upon. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ buzz ] off to work! did you know honey nut cheerios is america's favorite cereal? oh, you're good! hey, did you know that honey nut cheerios is... oh you too! ooh, hey america's favorite cereal is... honey nut cheerios ok then off to iceland! car insurance companies say they'll save you by switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um" or, "no comment." then there's esurance. born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save. hassle, time, paperwork, hair-tearing-out, and yes, especially dollars. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >>> we've got some new poll numbers in the presidential race. let's check the "hardball" score board first. a new pew poll shows president obama has a seven-point lead over mitt romney amongst r
, thank you so much. we've been waiting for vice president joe biden to step up to the mix. moments ago we heard a taped message from the president of the united states. >> okay. we're working that for you and they just aired a tape message and we are waiting for joe biden to step up to the mikes. usually these things run on time. today, not so much. so while we wait, donna brazile, a democratic strategist, is joining us. we're also waiting for ana navarro. the typical politics surrounding this event, as i've been reading through and other times that joe biden has spoken at various events, i wonder what he's going to say and if he's going to cause a stir in biden's style. >> well, as you know, joe biden is quite capable of giving a very strong and capable speech. this is an audience that he is familiar with. as chairman for many years, joe biden championed equality for women and other minorities. this is an opportunity to talk about the presidential record on those issues and the president record on the economy and the affordable care act and how it helps other families, how to help small
joe." joe, you like that ad? >> that's just negative, man. i mean that's like malaise squared. what's wrong with these guys? it's not that bad. >> tiny bit out of context. i'm thinking. okay. so we're here along with msnbc contributor mike barnicle, msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele and former governor of vermont and chairman of the democratic national committee, howard dean. willie geist is in london with our lead story. joe, a couple things coming up, i'm really conflicted. >> about what? >> about mayor bloomberg. i was just about to just completely fall in with his third term and now he's doing something that is pulling me back a little bit. not that he cares. >> i think what he's doing is, he's proving he loves america, inviting scott brown to his house and he's going to raise money for scott brown. >> why would he do that? >> i bet our good friend steve rattner will be there as well. >> i can't believe rattner. >> that's interesting. >> what do you mean? he loves america too. >> they're wrong. >> if he can't believe
holmes peeks out for the first time. and less than 24 hours after the joe paterno statue comes down, penn state is punished heavily. we're getting a first look now at the accused mastermind in one of the deadliest shooting massacres in recent history. >> the mug shot of jason holmes was released just hours after learning the charges he faces. >> there is a lot to discuss. spokesperson for the family is talking and holmes himself sets for the first time before a judge. in his first court appearance, a dazed-looking jason holmes remains silent. he could face the death penalty in connection with the friday morning feeder shooting spree in aurora colorado, a claim doesn't lives and left many other seriously -- that claimed a dozen lives and left many others seriously injured. >> i feel like i want to make sure justice is taken with this man and support everyone has been to this. >> for the first time, we are hearing from the suspect's family. >> the family want to reiterate that their hearts go out to the victims and their families. >> the family attorney spoke to the media an
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